Elder Scrolls Fan Creates Incredible Laser Cut Map of Tamriel
One of the most fascinating aspects of the Elder Scrolls series, is the sheer size of Tamriel’s world. While each game is located in its own regions and provinces, the whole world becomes quite large when it’s all combined. One fan commented that the real world could someday resemble Tamriel. This shows how dependent the franchise is on such an epic universe and how important it to the fan base. One person created a laser-cut map of the Elder Scrolls domain.
RiidoArts uploaded a series photographs to the Elder Scrolls Subreddit just a few days ago. This map shows all regions in Tamriel that are canonically mentioned in the lore. They have not only created each island and region, but also burnt in a lot of detail such as mountain ranges and forest areas.
The creator has received a lot of praise, with some suggesting they might sell it and others saying that they would be happy to buy it. RiidoArts burned the Breton homeland High Rock into the map instead. The comment was well received and the map creator said that it would be possible to replace the piece if necessary. The map is impressively detailed and the comments are generally positive.
Being a Skyrim fan means that you have to be able to create maps. A Skyrim fan showed us their wood-burned map, which is similar to RiidoArts’. It shows that the project was meticulously planned. These maps are a testament to how iconic the worlds of Skyrim are and show that they are much more than just a way for players to get places in-game.
The Elder Scrolls games are rich in lore. Tamriel’s world adds to that richness with its own history and environmental storytelling. Fans may be anxious about the next installment, but there are still others who love the games and are dedicated to continuing the tradition.
One of Tamriel’s most fascinating races is the Khajiit. The Khajiit’s appearance is affected by the location and phase the moon at birth. This explains subtle differences in Skyrim, Oblivion and Morrowind. They are unique because of their interesting home and interesting abilities. In terms of interesting lore and capabilities, as well as heroics, they are equal to any non-playable or playable race in The Elder Scrolls.
The games make the same mistake with the Khajiit over and over, which is what The Elder Scrolls 6 will likely repeat. The Elder Scroll 6’s location is currently Hammerfell and High Rock. Starfield’s trailer teased this possibility, but it doesn’t matter to the Khajiit. It could be one of the following: Valenwood could be it, Hammerfell and High Rock could be it, or any country outside Tamriel. The Elder Scrolls 6 will still stereotype and exclude the Khajiit.
One, there is a real-world basis for the prejudice many Mer (elves), and Men feel towards Beast-like races. This is a tendency to fear the unknown. Many men won’t spend the time to learn about many Khajiit, Orcs, and Argonians. No matter how physical the Khajiit are, all games should treat them as shady traders, skooma sellers, and assassins. They were slave labor in Morrowind alongside Argonians. Although the Elder Scrolls 6 is unlikely to go as far, the Khajiit deserve better roles than in past games. Players see Khajiits filling these “dishonorable” roles often because they are treated with distrust by the Men and Mer of Tamriel.